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Postmasters have urged a full return to weekly collection of all social protection payments at post offices.
Postmasters have assured the public that in the current Covid-19 pandemic, Post Offices are remaining open as an essential service to local communities – and measures have been agreed with An Post to prioritise public safety.
It is unacceptable that there are over half a million children taught in underfunded primary schools, according to INTO General Secretary John Boyle.
Today, more than 559,000 children are taught in large classes in underfunded primary schools where there is minimal support for school leaders. This is not acceptable. The next government must change this reality.
Soroptimist ladies from across the island of Ireland, along with guests from Scotland and England, recently united in Athlone to celebrate the role of Athlone native, Darina Dolan, the National President of the friendship and service organisation.
PDFORRA, the association representing soldiers, sailors and aircrew of the Permanent Defence Force, will reflect upon the report of the Public Service Pay Commission which examined recruitment and retention issues within the military and consult with members before any decision is taken pertaining to the detailed provisions outlined in the document.
A special meeting dedicated to serving Defence Forces personnel to discuss their present public service pay conditions predicament is expected to be convened in August.
There was a huge turnout of long serving union activists and members, that gathered at the event in the lovely spring sunshine for the launch of SIPTU’s Welcome Centre on Moneen Road in Castlebar.
A total of 1,998 patients went without hospital beds at Mayo University Hospital in 2018, according to new figures released this week by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO).